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Ty Simpson of Alabama sprains his UCL on A-Day and needs a cast, according to his father.

Ty Simpson, the quarterback for Alabama, sprained his UCL during the A-Day game on Saturday.


The story was confirmed by the redshirt freshman’s father, Jason Simpson, to Rivals’ Tide Illustrated on Monday evening.

According to the article, Ty Simpson will need to wear a cast for three to four weeks as a result of the accident. He won’t be missing any time, though, and camp will be ready to start in the autumn. It seems that he sustained an injury early in the spring game when he threw and struck offensive lineman Kadyn Proctor’s helmet with his hand.

According to Jason Simpson, Ty Simpson saw a hand specialist without any breaks.

After completing 12 of 26 passes for 155 yards and an interception during the scrimmage, the quarterback wrapped up the day.

The competition between Simson and Jalen Milroe for the starting position is fierce, as demonstrated by the A-Day Game on Saturday.

With his first-team offensive players leading the White team, Milroe completed 19 of 37 throws for 245 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions.

Paul Finebaum, an analyst for SEC Network, described the quarterback situation as a “state of confusion” on Monday due to the lack of separation.

Finebaum stated on Monday, “We are exactly where we thought we would be: in a state of confusion.” “But I don’t think it will mean as much as some people on social media are claiming.”

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